Pierre Yves Rochon redesigns Ambassador Suites at Four Seasons London

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane has partnered with London-based jeweler House of Garrard to update its seven Ambassador Suites.

The refurbished Ambassador Suites were restyled by designer Pierre Yves Rochon. Designed with blues and using a range of textures, the suites have a living area with floor-to-ceiling windows, a private dining space, 65-inch LED television, as well as a sofa and chair.

The bedroom has the Four Seasons Bed, walk-in wardrobe, bathroom with a freestanding deep bathtub, and double vanity unit made from marble and brushed silver, with a high mirror and an integrated television.

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House of Garrard was founded in 1735 and appointed Crown Jeweler by Queen Victoria in 1843.

Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

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